Veteran Care and Spouse Care for Yourself or Your Loved Ones

It’s Time for Us to Serve You!

Interim HealthCare of Dothan and Shelby

At Interim HealthCare of Dothan and Shelby, we understand how important it is for those who have served our country to have access to the care and benefits they have earned. Whether you or your loved one need just a bit of assistance with personal care assistance or help with tasks around the house, our professional staff are trained to support you in whichever way they can.

We’re here for you if you require skilled nursing services for complex, medically necessary care. We’re here to provide indispensable ongoing palliative care that relieves pain and other difficult symptoms. And, when the time comes, we’re here to provide compassionate, positive hospice care so you can live each day to its fullest during your final months and weeks of life. All in the comfort of your own home.

Interim HealthCare of Dothan and Shelby

We Do More for Veterans and Their Spouses

We are committed to serving all patients to the highest standard of care, treating you as a whole person with a completely customized care plan to actively engage your body, mind, spirit and family. That might include teaching you and your family members about your illness or how to get the most from your treatment. It might also include companionship and conversation -- personal interactions improve health, and we know our veterans have plenty of stories to tell!

VetAssist Leaves No Veteran Behind

Interim HealthCare of Dothan and Shelby

Interim HealthCare of Dothan and Shelby is especially proud to have been named a partner in the Veterans Administration’s VetAssist Program. Through VetAssist, we can help eligible veterans and surviving spouses obtain financial assistance to pay for in-home care. This Aid and Attendance assistance does not affect your basic veteran’s pension. The program even provides no-interest loans to cover the costs of home care while you wait for the VA to process your application.

How can we help?